Art for all our relations

Art and the city: The 18th Biennale of Sydney will include children and family events. Picture: Tamara VoninskiTHE 18th Biennale of Sydney international festival of contemporary art — June 27 to September 16 — will include the works of more than 100 artists.
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Among them is the late Makinti Napanangka, who was a leading figure in the Western Desert art movement and a shareholder and director at Papunya Tula Artists.

Her large paintings mainly feature her birthplace, Lupul, on the Western Australia and Northern Territory border, where Australian Art Collector magazine reports that she had her first contact with Europeans as a child, seeing men on camels.

Other artists include Alick Tipoti, Dorothy Naangardi, Gabriella Mangano, Silvana Mangano, Jonathan Jones, Judy Watson, Lyndal Jones, Maria Fernanda Cardoso, Ross Rudesch Harley, Nyapanyapa Yunupingu, Tim Johnson, Jess MacNeil, John Wolseley, Khaled Sabsabi, Phatawan Suwannakudt, David Aspden and Alexis Destoop.

The Biennale, entitled All Our Relations, will include works from artists in Australia, New Zealand, Asia Pacific, the US, Europe, South Africa and the Middle East.

It will be held at various venues including the Museum of Contemporary Art and Cockatoo Island and the range of education programs and events will include hands-on programs for children and age-specific guided tours.

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